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Jacket Identification

Article about: by Walkwolf The buttons are detachable for frequent laundering, as one 'sweats' more in the summer months......... The lack of lining made me think WWII as I've seen Canadian ] jackets made

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    The buttons are detachable for frequent laundering, as one
    'sweats' more in the summer months.........

    The lack of lining made me think WWII as I've seen Canadian ]
    jackets made in exactly the same way.

    I'm not sure; the buttons are definately Army Service Corps ones, which must make it (due to corps amalgamations) Pre 1918

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    I have an identical tunic. A 4 button kd tunic, unlined with detachable buttons. I've always assumed mine was early ww2 issue as the ww1 tunics had 5 buttons.

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